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kenworth 262393 309 8970 either
8970
:-P
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And a 8870 w. Deere engine,hood is more narrow!
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and a clean 8570
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have you got a photo from the tracked version?
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only in one of my books
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Could you scan the picture and post it then?? i have never
seen the tracked version so i like it when you post a
picture:-D
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its exactly the same pic,even smaller. :-\
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Owkey jdeere,

It doesn't matter
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another prototype with 4 tracks
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this 1 working
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2 more with the Cummins,now with 400HP.
1993-1996
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2nd
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with triples
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from the back
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another 1
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one from AUS
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93-96
354 pto HP @ 2100 rpm 855 ci 6 cyl.turbo&intr.Cummins
this type and its pre.the 8960 where the only ones with Cummins.
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I didn't realy know that John deere stuck that cummins 855 in the 8970. Thats kind of funny because a one point New Holland, Case IH, and John Deere all used that Cummins 855 engine. I guess it was pick what colour suited you most.
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another one with wheel weights all around
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